Temple Beth Sholom Jewish Congregation is a relaxed, open, inviting, and spiritually alive Jewish community, located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. All are welcome to join our congregation of Jews by birth, Jews by choice, and Jews at heart. Temple Beth Sholom Congregation was founded in 1992 so that families and individuals might experience the sense of Jewish belonging that comes from shared worship, religious instruction, Tikkun Olam, and social events at a location not too far from home. Please feel free to call us, email us, or visit us at any time.
The families of Temple Beth Sholom are fortunate to have Rabbi/Cantor Elliot Rosenbaum leading our congregation in Jewish Sabbath & Holiday worship throughout the year and providing support for all Educational and Social Action programs. The rabbi is available for Bar/Bat Mitzvah training-Adult or Child.
The families of Temple Beth Sholom meet for worship and education at our Temple
located at 116 North Acoma Blvd, Lake Havasu City.
Directions to Temple Beth Sholom
Please help support Temple Beth Sholom.
Amazon smile program will donate a percentage of purchases made at Amazon Smile. You must go to Amazon Smile
login to your Amazon account and register as a supporter of Temple Beth Sholom (search: temple havasu) All purchases must be made from the www.smile.amazon.com page.
Click this link Safeway Scrip sign up
and register with Safeway. Link the Temple I.D. number (10510110) to your Safeway card number or credit card. When you shop at Safeway using that card,
the temple gets a percentage back from Safeway. Other stores have a similar program useing gift cards. Contact Judy Selberg for more information.
Email: send email to Judy
Temple Beth Sholom Schedule of Upcoming services
Friday Shabbat Prayers: June 27 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: June 28 10 AM
Friday Shabbat Prayers: July 11 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: July 12 10 AM
Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: July 11- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: July 12- 10 AM
NO SERVICE July 25-26 -(rabbi away)
Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: August 8- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: August 9- 10 AM
Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: August 22- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: August 23- 10 AM
Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: September 12- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: September 13- 10 AM
ROSH HASHANA (begins in the evening of Wednesday, September 24 and ends in the evening of Friday, September 26)
Rosh Hashana Evening Prayers: Wednesday, September 24- 7:30 PM Rosh Hashana Morning Prayers: Thursday, September 25- 10 AM
SHABBAT T'SHUVA Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: September 26- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: September 27- 10 AM
YOM KIPPUR (begins in the evening of Friday, October 3 and ends in the evening of Saturday, October 4)
Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur Evening Prayers: Friday, October 3- 5:45 PM Yom Kippur Morning Prayers: Saturday, October 4- 10 AM
Yom Kippur Afternoon Prayers & N'illa (closing) service-Saturday, October 4- 5 PM
SUKKOT (begins in the evening of Wednesday, October 8 and ends in the evening of Wednesday, October 15)
Sukkot Evening Service: Wednesday, October 8- 7:30 PM
Friday Evening Shabbat Prayers: October 10- 7:30 PM Saturday Shabbat Torah Class: October 11- 10 AM
July 2014 newsletter (pdf) now available.
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January 2014 newsletter (pdf) now available.
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Temple Beth Sholom had a communal Passover Seder on April 18, 2011 at the Temple.
see pictures from this event Passover pictures 2011
Help Temple Beth Sholom earn money by supplying us with your BASHAS and ALBERTSONS card numbers. These companies are part of the e-scrip and Community Partners programs where they will credit non-profit organizations with a percentage of your grocery bill. Simply swipe your card through the reader at checkout, and our account is instantly credited. This is a great way to help our temple. Please e-mail the temple secretary with your card numbers, and she will add you to the list.
Help fund Temple Beth Sholom by using scrip. See our Fundraising document for details (pdf).
Look at the history of Temple Beth Sholom Jewish Congregation.
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